Faculty and Staff Resources

Faculty and Staff Resources

Faculty Scholarship

Barry Minemyer

Barry Minemyer, assistant professor of mathematics and digital sciences, recently have a presentation entitled, “Real hyperbolic hyperplane complements in the complex hyperbolic plane” at a joint meeting of the American Mathematical Society and the Mathematical Association of America in Baltimore. AMS
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Amarilis Hidalgo de Jesús

Amarilis Hidalgo de Jesús, professor of language and cultures, participated in the College Board Spanish CLEP standard-setting study as a juror and writing collaborator for the new Writing Exam rubric, ETS Princeton, N.J. She published the article “Concierto para Leah (Mayra Landa): La metáfora de la muerte de una familia judía” in Descifrando Latinoamérica: género, violencia y testimonio., Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos. She also participated as an external promotion reviewer for a Spanish professor seeking promotion at the Oklahoma State University.

Michael Martin

Michael Martin, associate professor of English, and Ruth Beerman assistant professor of communication studies at Randolph-Macon College, presented their work "Activism, Persistence, and Identity: Ostomy Selfies as a Form of Resistance to Dominant Body Ideologies" at the Organization for the Study of Communication, Language, and Gender Conference in Lake Tahoe. Their work is forthcoming as a chapter in an edited collection of conference papers. The book will be titled Nevertheless, We Persisted: Living Feminist Politics.